Teacher Tax Credits

Photo by Agrilife Today Education professionals routinely dip into their own pockets to purchase supplies for cash-strapped schools. In 2011, the IRS reinstated a tax credit for teachers that had been scheduled to expire each year since 2003. The credit allows teachers to take an above-the-line tax deduction of $250 for out-of-pocket expenses for classroom … Read moreTeacher Tax Credits

Teaching in Abu Dhabi

Today’s guest blog is written by Amy Woodbridge of Teach Away Inc. Teach Away is a worldwide leader in international teacher recruitment. With the widest variety of international teaching jobs in over 40 countries, Teach Away’s international offices match educators with the best teaching jobs abroad. Amy has taught abroad in Japan, China, and Thailand, … Read moreTeaching in Abu Dhabi

Teaching in the UK

Does the thought of teaching abroad both excite and scare you? Teaching in the UK is an opportunity that offers a “best of both worlds” scenario for American teachers. While the journey is an overseas adventure, teaching in the UK is also an experience wrapped in many familiar comforts. You’ll still explore novel customs and … Read moreTeaching in the UK

Technology in Education: 5 Technology Companies Giving Back to Teaching

The biggest technology companies are generally regarded as some of the most efficient and innovative businesses in the world. They expend their energy to stay on the cutting edge of science and technology, and their products are used for everything, from business to online teaching. However, if you ask any of these companies’ board members … Read moreTechnology in Education: 5 Technology Companies Giving Back to Teaching

Save Texas Schools Calls for March on Capitol

Save Texas Schools, a coalition of Texan parents, students, educators, business leaders, community groups and others, is calling for a march on the state Capitol in Austin to address their concerns over the Lone Star State’s funding of public education. The alliance’s anxiety is over the projected $27 billion hole in Texas’ budget and how … Read moreSave Texas Schools Calls for March on Capitol